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Province of Burgos
Burgos is a province of Spain belonging to the autonomous community of Castilla y León located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. Its capital is the homonymous city. It limits to the north with Cantabria, to the east with the Basque Country, the Rioja and the province of Soria, to the south with the province of Segovia and to the west with the provinces of Valladolid and Palencia. It covers an area of 014,022 &&&&&&&&&&.&&&&& 014,022 km² and in 2015 had &&&&&&&&& 0,364,002.&&&&& 0364 002 inhabitants. In the province are the historical territories that gave rise to the birth of Castile. In addition, in the town of Valpuesta there are documents with the oldest Spanish texts known, the so-called Valpuesta Cartularios.
It has a wide variety of landscapes due to be set between the beginning of the Cantabrian Mountains and Iberian system, as well as pouring water to the three peninsular river basins. It has the longest underwater cave in the world in the area of continental waters. It is the province of Spain with the largest number of municipalities, a total of 371, currently grouped into seven judicial districts. Aranda de Duero, Briviesca, Burgos, Lerma, Miranda de Ebro, Salas de los Infantes and Villarcayo addition Capital, the province has two other communes with more than 030000 &&&&&&&&&& &&&&& 030,000 inhabitants. Miranda de Ebro and Aranda de Duero, characterized by high industrialization. It has a diversified economy that emphasizes manufacturing, becoming the 3rd most industrialized province in the country. It has the country's only oil field on land, located in the region of La Lora, active today.
In the province is located the oldest nuclear power plant in Spain not dismantled, and occupies the first national position in wind power generation, having more than 1000 mills. There are a variety of regions around the wine industry, among which highlights the Designation of Origin Ribera del Duero, chosen as the best region in the world in 2012. It is an important area of communications, connecting France and Portugal central plateau. The historical Camino de Santiago route runs through the province of Burgos. In 2010, the province occupied the first position in the community's standard of living, and the 5th in Spain.